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The Landlord Law Blog Clinic – fast track service

Advising on a problemThe Landlord Law Blog clinic is a popular service.  Very popular.

Questions are submitted almost on a daily basis.

The Problem

The trouble is, as I tend not to answer more than about two per week I am very much in arrears.  In fact I am still looking at questions asked in April.

As this is a free service which I do in my spare time, I don’t think anyone can really complain about this.

However I know that some people would really like to get their question answered a lot quicker than this and would be prepared to pay for it.

I have therefore decided to introduce, for a trial period, a paid element into the blog clinic.  This is the new ‘Fast Track’ service.

About the Fast Track Service

Under this service (assuming the payment is made) I will either do the advice post within 14 days or I will refund your money.  I have made the period 14 days to take account of holidays, but in fact with the fast track service I will try to get the answers online within a couple of days.

I will still have the free blog clinic running alongside this, and I will try to do at least one free post every week.  So you will still have a chance of getting your question answered for free.  However, realistically your chances of getting an answer will be considerably better if you make the payment.

From a readers point of view, you will not know whether the questioner was using the fast track service or not.  Readers will be able to post comments as usual and as with the free service, people need to accept as a condition of applying for the service, that they will not hold any readers commenting liable for any losses they may suffer, if people commenting make a mistake.

I have priced the new Fast Track service at £36 ie £30 plus VAT – which is not bad for solicitor advice, plus of course you get the benefit of everyone else.

To use the new service >> click here.

The income (assuming there is any) will help cover the blog running costs, and may also allow me to do a bit of upgrade work.



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About the post author:

Tessa Shepperson

Tessa is a lawyer specialising in residential landlord and tenant law. She runs the Landlord Law website (now in its 12th year) and is a director of Easy Law Training Ltd and Your Law Store. Tessa also sits on the Property Redress Scheme Council. When not working she enjoys reading, cooking and messing around on the computer. You can also find her on Google



The Landlord Law Blog from Tessa Shepperson

Tessa is an English lawyer specialising in residential landlord and tenant law.


Legal Services

Legal services are provided via Tessa's online service Landlord Law. Some advice services are provided by Tessa, other legal services are provided by specialist housing firm Anthony Gold.


Disclaimer

The purpose of this blog is to provide information, comment and discussion. Although Tessa, or guest bloggers, may from time to time, give helpful comments to readers' questions, these can only be based on the information given by the reader in his or her comment, which may not contain all material facts. Any comments or suggestions provided by Tessa or any guest bloggers should not therefore be relied upon as a substitute for legal advice from a qualified lawyer regarding any actual legal issue or dispute.


Nothing on this website should be construed as legal advice or perceived as creating a solicitor-client relationship (apart from the Fast Track block clinic service - so far as the questioners only are concerned).


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